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Given that the Puerta de la Cuidad was built in 1571, it is a must-visit site to get a feeling for Loja.
When I saw it my initial reaction was “How the hell did they manage to do it?”
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It's a nice little attraction located near the center of town. Depending on where you stay it can be a nice walk on along the Rio Malacatos. But don't misunderstand; the Malacatos itself is more of a muddy drainage ditch than a scenic river. The...More
Imagine a Cervantes-type fantasy of crenellated towers and a river running by it. A Dali-esque Don Quixote and Sancho Panza guard one end of the bridge. A steady stream of traffic over the bridge completes it's charm. The Cafe was closed for renovations. But you...More
Well, I did like it I can´t deny I think they should chance the name tho. For something different probably in the past I was an entrance but now just a beauty in the middle of the city.
You can get nice pictures of it...More
I could not find how to add a brand new site to review, so I am sticking my review here. I spent only a couple days in Loja at the end of December and it rained a lot and sometimes a steady downpour so my...More
It depends on what is happening there. When I visited there was an interesting photo exhibit of old Loja which itself took more than an hour. The coffee shop also serves meals and a chance to meet locals. However English is... More
It depends on what is happening there. When I visited there was an interesting photo exhibit of old Loja which itself took more than an hour. The coffee shop also serves meals and a chance to meet locals. However English is not a given in Loja, so your Spanish skill could be put to the test! Enjoy